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Detective Fred Hirsch of the police censor bureau was walking in Wabash avenue near Monroe street yesterday when something caught his eye. "By thunder, you're a peach!" he muttered. Right in front of him in the window of Jackson & Semmelmeyer's…

A circular, metal watch fob, measuring 1 3/8 inches in diameter, with a leather strap. The fob represents the figure from September Morn, with the words, "September Morn" across the top of the fob. Watch fobs such as this one were attached to pocket…

To the editor of The New York Times: The people at large as well as the critics and pronts of art are naturally interested in the recent action of Mr. Anthony Comstock in ordering removed from a New York dealer's window a copy of Paul Chabas's…

A manifestation of morbidity which the charitably scientific would characterize as a true pathological psychosis, the users of less kindly terms as what is to be expected from the ignorant and the vicious, is the reported effort in several cities of…

Anthony Comstock, head of the Society for the Suppression of Vice, said yesterday that he ordered the removal of Paul Chabas's "September Morning" from the display window of Braun & Co., art dealers at 13 West Forty-sixth Street, on Friday, after…

A decorated pin, featuring a reproduction of the figure from September Morn.

September Morn (I'd Like to Meet Her) A youth upon the avenueWas Feeling blue and lonesome, too!He didn't have a thing to do.When suddenyl he noticed there,An awful crowd who stop'd to stareUp at a posing maiden fair;The vision sent his poor brain…

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In his capacity as head of New York's Society for the Suppression of Vice. Anthony Comstock has returned a verdict on Paul Chabas's masterpiece "September Morning," that must be entered with the verdicts previously expressed by "Bath House John"…

Charlie Chaplin's 1917 short film, The Cure, features a brief sequence during which Chaplin's tramp character visually alludes to Chabas's painting. In a discussion of Chaplin's short Mutual films, Alan Vanneman describes the scene this way:"While…